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Dominican Sisters Of Blauvelt Present Orangetown Police With Prayer Cards

Blauvelt Dominican Sister Loretta Lynch and members of the Orangetown Police Department.
Blauvelt Dominican Sister Loretta Lynch and members of the Orangetown Police Department. Photo Credit: Contributed photo
Blauvelt Dominican Sisters Loretta Lynch and Theresa Lynch show off the prayer cards they presented to the Orangetown Police.
Blauvelt Dominican Sisters Loretta Lynch and Theresa Lynch show off the prayer cards they presented to the Orangetown Police. Photo Credit: Contributed photo
Sister Catherine Howard and Orangetown Police Chief Kevin Nutty.
Sister Catherine Howard and Orangetown Police Chief Kevin Nutty. Photo Credit: Contributed photo

ORANGETOWN, N.Y. -- In the spirit of Christmas, the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt recently presented prayer cards to members of the Orangetown Police Department to keep them safe while in the line of duty.

Blauvelt Dominican Sister Loretta Lynch, along with President, Sister Catherine Howard, presented Orangetown Police Chief Kevin Nulty, Sgt. Michael Boysa, and Capt. Donald Butterworth with St. Michael The Archangel prayer cards for all of the officers in the department.

“I was grateful to stand with the Dominican Sisters of Blauvelt and honor our Orangetown Police Officers by assuring them of our prayers that St. Michael the Archangel will continue to guide and protect them in the line of duty," said Sister Loretta Lynch. "Thank you to Chief Nulty, Sgt. Boysa, and Capt. Butterworth for visiting the Motherhouse and spending time with our Sisters. We truly are grateful for your service.”

On the each card, there is a photo and prayer of St. Michael The Archangel, along with the name of an officer, and a Blauvelt Dominican Sister who is praying for that officer.

Fellow Blauvelt Dominican Sister Theresa Lynch added, “At Christmas time, we wanted to show our appreciation for all that the Orangetown Police Department has done for our community.”

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